Paul Villinski — Limited First Edition

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Paul Villinski — Limited First Edition

95.00

Monograph featuring noted sculptor Paul Villinski, (American, born 1960) documenting three decades of the artist's studio and public art practice. Villinski's work is widely collected and has been exhibited extensively throughout the United States in museum and gallery exhibitions. A pilot of gliders and airplanes, metaphors of flight and soaring often appear in his work. With a lifelong concern for environmental issues, his work frequently re-purposes discarded materials of all sorts to surprising and poetic ends.

The volume features an in-depth, biographical introduction by Lisa Freiman, PhD, and essays by renowned critics, curators and authors including:

  • Bartholomew Bland

  • Dan Cameron

  • Kimberly Davenport

  • Michele Grabner

  • Steven Harvey

  • David McFadden

  • Rudi Mattoni, PhD

  • Rick Moody

  • Jennifer Samet, PhD

  • Lilly Wei

  • An interview with the artist by Robert Preece

Hardcover coffee table book; 11 x 13 inches; 272 pages with 318 four-color images; each book hand-finished by the artist with a unique, aluminum butterfly framed within the front cover.

Deluxe edition volume is limited to 100 copies; numbered and signed by Paul Villinski; includes original artwork by the artist. 

*San Francisco Pick-Up: Please select "Pick-up" option when checking out. 

Books will ship May 2019

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